Since 2013, the Innovation Awards honour University of Alberta researchers, their ground breaking technologies and the commercialization community that helps bring their innovations from out of the lab and into the world.
Over the past 15 years, Amii has built a team of world-renowned researchers and advisors and established itself as a world-class Artificial Intelligence and ML research centre. In 2018, Amii became a not-for-profit so it could better support local companies looking to build up their in-house Artificial Intelligence capacity.
The overarching goal of this program is to help participants become more globally competitive by developing innovative technologies and research-based alliances with the potential to foster economic growth.
We have leading research, clean feedstock, high-calibre talent, quality processors, and competitive and connected logistics. Investing here means that you have access to turn-key investment opportunities—from ready-meals to nutriceuticals and more.
Business Link is a nonprofit organization that helps entrepreneurs navigate the steps towards starting their own business. They help with one-one-one support, market research, access to experts, networking opportunities, and specialized support for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
With the Alberta government heavily investing in agriculture and its offshoots, a thriving community of forward-thinking researchers and the close-knit group of existing food-processing businesses ready to welcome newcomers to the fold, the Alberta Treasury Branch in November 2017 predicted continued steady growth in the province’s agri-food industry.
A startup itself, this local journalism platform keeps Edmontonians informed and engaged in the tech community. Delivered to your inbox free, the Health Innovation and Tech roundups summarize the latest on research, tech, companies and people influencing the healthcare and tech scenes in Edmonton.
Opened in November 2018, NAIT’s state-of-the-art Productivity and Innovation Centre includes advanced manufacturing labs, acceleration spaces for small and medium-sized businesses and a dedicated hub for applied research activity. PIC is the first building at NAIT dedicated to helping industry partners become globally competitive.
TEC Edmonton is a business accelerator that helps emerging tech companies grow through funding and financing guidance, programs and accelerators, and licensing opportunities. As a joint venture of the University of Alberta and EEDC, TEC operates Edmonton’s largest accelerator for scale-up tech companies and manages the commercialization of UAlberta research.